Xiaomi cala l’asso: ecco Mi 11 Pro e Mi 11 Ultra

I due nuovi top di gamma Android saranno presentati ufficialmente solo il 29 marzo, ma Xiaomi non vede l'ora di mostrarli a tutti e pubblica i primi dati su Weibo.


Giuseppe Croce Giornalista

Peppe Croce, giornalista dal 2008, si occupa di device elettronici e nuove tecnologie applicate al mondo automotive. È entrato in Libero Tecnologia nel 2018.

Xiaomi brucia le tappe e annuncia, con meno di una settimana di anticipo rispetto al grande evento di presentazione già pubblicizzato abbondantemente in rete, i prossimi assi nella manica che saranno i protagonisti della presentazione in arrivo. These are two exceptional smartphones, welcome additions to the 11 series: Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra.

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As is now customary, also on this particular occasion Xiaomi has launched the announcement of its two new flagship smartphones through its profile on the microblogging platform Weibo, a sort of Chinese Twitter where the brand has a large base of followers. After a large number of clues and anticipations, bounced around the network and dedicated to the event organized for the next few days, the Chinese manufacturer has confirmed the names of the protagonists making all fans of the brand that are waiting to finally touch the advanced models of the latest series breathe a sigh of relief.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra, the latest news

The announcement by the manufacturer on the social platform has immediately highlighted the potential of the two new devices, so much so that - according to Xiaomi - they could compete for the title of "King of Android". But what would be, according to the company, the features that could soon make one of the two the top of the challenge?

In a concrete way, we can assume that the strength of the two new arrivals in the 11 series lies in the 50MP Isocell Bright GN2 sensor, made by the South Korean company Samsung with lots of multidirectional autofocus. To this, then, should be added a small screen dedicated to taking flawless selfies, not only with the front camera but also with the photo module on the back of the smartphone.

No word, however, has leaked about the Mi 11 Lite model.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra, the presentation

The presentation event, put on the calendar for Monday, March 29, will start at 12:30 local time, 19:30 for Italy, and will be available for viewing in streaming. Anyone who doesn't want to miss the ultimate opportunity to learn all the secrets of Xiaomi's two new 11 series smartphones, Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra, mark the date in the calendar in anticipation of being able to directly touch the two models once they hit the market.